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Your Fav Pickguard on a Blk Jazz

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by jtc_hunter, Aug 20, 2007.


  1. jtc_hunter

    jtc_hunter

    Feb 16, 2007
    Show pics of your fav black jazz w/ fav pickguard!
     
  2. Rocinante_x1

    Rocinante_x1 Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose Supporting Member

    Aug 22, 2004
    Washington State
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  3. I'm going to follow this one. I'm want to make a new one for my Bacchus. This one is temporary. It looks cool but on the black jazz, I want something more refined. I have a piece of red pearloid so right now, I'm leaning towards that :) It should look a lot like the tort one posted above, just a bit more bling :cool:


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  4. .:chuck:.

    .:chuck:.

    Jan 28, 2007
    Los Angeles, CA
    3-ply black pickguard (blk/wht/blk) especially with maple fretboard
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  5. Fender32

    Fender32

    Jun 23, 2005
    Kent, England
    Let me see ..... :meh: ?

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    How about, GREEN !? ;)
     
  6. I was just playing around with Photoshop and came up with these.
     
  7. 82Daion

    82Daion

    Nov 14, 2006
    43085
    1052.
     
  8. Beav

    Beav Graphics Whore

    Jul 17, 2003
    Middle Tennessee
    Designer: Beav's Graphics
    new-neck.
     
  9. I'm thinking about making the pickguard and control panel all one piece. A little break from tradition.:eyebrow:
     
  10. Beav

    Beav Graphics Whore

    Jul 17, 2003
    Middle Tennessee
    Designer: Beav's Graphics
    Fender did that in the late 80s (I think) to "cut prices", but I thought it looked killer. I've also seen a high-end J-Bass builder do it as well. It was on a white Jazz and it was a 1-piece pearloid. The only thing you have to be careful of is stepping on the cord.
     
  11. Yvarg

    Yvarg Gold Supporting Member

    Mar 10, 2007
    Irvine, CA
    Definitely Silver/Black Paisley . . . but I have yet to see it on an actual instrument. Only cheap photoshop renders . . . :(
     
  12. jtc_hunter

    jtc_hunter

    Feb 16, 2007
    This one came from a fellow TB'er. I think it might be my fav. Black jazz w/ abalone guard
     
  13. Azoore

    Azoore

    Sep 1, 2004
    Akron, OH
    Black on black would be my favorite. With a maple fingerboard!
     
  14. SuperSnake2012

    SuperSnake2012 floppy b strings

    Dec 12, 2006
    Bronx, NY
    I would go with something different than black on black... it's pretty overdone. I like to be more unique than just black. :)

    Fender32: what year is your P bass? My '79 looks exactly the same as yours.
     
  15. Azoore

    Azoore

    Sep 1, 2004
    Akron, OH
    It's overdone for a reason (it looks awesome) :D
     
  16. i once saw a picture of a black jazz with a tort pickguard, but the image was so messed up it looked like a black pearl unless you looked close and saw the red. This makes me want to go with a black pearl when for my jazz (as the parts start arriving)

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  17. Mr_Dave

    Mr_Dave

    Mar 11, 2005
    Melbourne, Australia
    Employee - Basscentre Melbourne
    I like tort on a 60s style jazz and black or white on a 70s jazz
     
  18. Cheapy homemade stuff but, you get the idea....

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  19. dave64o

    dave64o Talkbass Top 10 all time lowest talent/gear ratio! Gold Supporting Member

    Jun 15, 2000
    Southern NJ
    I love tort, so I almost always say tort.

    Other than that I have a black Strat that has a black pearl picguard and it is GORGEOUS.

    Black also looks nice, as you can see from the many pictures here.

    Geddy's looks great with a white pickguard (gotta love the maple fret board with blocks!!!)

    I think abalone would look great on a black bass.

    Oh, the choices ......
     
  20. tplyons

    tplyons

    Apr 6, 2003
    Madison, NJ
    Black on maple.

    Tort on rosewood.
     

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